Kings Use A Huge 1st Period To Take Game 4 - Second City Hockey
Los Angeles scores three goals in the opening period and take Game 4, 5-2.
Blackhawks’ Toews: ‘We’re still alive in this series’ | ProHockeyTalk
Meanwhile, Kings seem to be gaining strength.
Corey Crawford is struggling but he's not getting much help - SBNation.com
The Blackhawks are one game away from elimination and even though starting goaltender Corey Crawford hasn't played well, it's not all his fault.
Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price skates before practice - NHL - SI.com
Could Price be coming back sooner than we think?
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Meet the New Bosses: Brian MacLellan and Barry Trotz - Japers' Rink
A month after the changing of the guard, the Caps have found their new GM and head coach.
With Trotz gone, here’s the NHL’s coaching vacancy landscape | ProHockeyTalk
Just three gigs remain open...
Sabres re-sign RFA Nicolas Deslauriers - Die By The Blade
The first of many potential RFA deals has been made by the Sabres, and one of their newest players will remain with the team for two more years.
Report: Jean-Sebastien Giguere 'ready to call it a career' - CBSSports.com
Jean-Sebastien Giguere looked to be headed for retirement at the end of the season and that apparently hasn't changed.
Was Mikko Koivu's Postseason As Bad As It Looks? -- thehockeywriters.com
Could Mikko Koivu be on his way out of Minnesota? With speculation beginning about a trade or buyout, we look at whether or not his postseason performance was
Yzerman thinks BriseBois will have ‘long and outstanding career’ as NHL GM | ProHockeyTalk
He just has to become a GM first.
Ryan Miller and the deteriorating NHL goalie market | Post-to-Post
The question has been asked every week since the St. Louis Blues were ejected in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs: where will Ryan Miller play next season?
The Final Howl
Do you think hockey was invented in Canada? Think again | Post-to-Post
Just about everyone acknowledges Canada as the birthplace of hockey, but a new book claims the sport wasn’t invented there or anywhere in North America. Instead, a trio of hockey historians are claiming the game originated in Britain – with an iconic scientist as one of its earliest participants.